Educators from across the state came to Juneau to discuss education policy with legislators, but spent half the meeting in a lecture denouncing Common Core.
In July, the Alaska Supreme Court approved the Bristol Bay Forever ballot initiative, which voters passed in November. On Friday, the court told us why.
A pre-filed bill offered by Rep. Paul Seaton starts the discussion on marijuana legalization, but includes a controversial delay for concentrates.
All the news this week you might have missed and shoes. News Roundup for January 9, 2015. Yes, 2015.
A lack of public data from the State of Alaska makes it difficult to gauge whether Walmart is a good deal for Alaskans or a burden on taxpayers.
Before election night, Snoop Dogg promised he'd play a show in Alaska if voters passed Ballot Measure 2 to legalize marijuana. So, when's the concert?
As the winter-based “season of compassion” approaches, Alaskans turn to the socially vulnerable, generously making donations of food and money.
For-profit races like the Color Run are well attended and very popular. But a new lawsuit challenges their reliance on unpaid volunteers to staff them.